Audi has a new, all-electric flagship. With bones nicked from the Porsche Taycan, the E-Tron GT and RS E-Tron GT are seriously quick.
Say hello to Audi’s take on the Porsche Taycan.
After leaks, teasers, and a drip-feed of information, the Audi E-Tron GT and RS E-Tron GT have been officially unveiled.
Audi has confirmed the cars will touch down during the third quarter of 2021, with pricing and specs to be revealed closer to their arrival
Here are the key numbers for the E-Tron GT and RS E-Tron GT:
* The E-Tron GT has 350kW of power and 630Nm of torque from its dual-motor all-wheel drive system
* The RS E-Tron GT has 440kW of power and 830Nm of torque from its dual-motor all-wheel drive system
* Both cars have overboost, upping power to 390kW in the GT and 475kW in the RS when launch control is active
* The 100km/h sprint takes 4.1 seconds in the GT and just 3.3 seconds in the RS
* Both cars use a 93kWh (85kWh usable) lithium-ion battery pack capable of 270kW DC fast charging. Like the Taycan, the E-Tron GT has an 800V electrical architecture
* Claimed range for the E-Tron GT is 488km on the tougher WLTP test cycle
Now the numbers are out of the way, what is the E-Tron GT? Think…